This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis. It explores firstly the value of placing the learner at the heart of their own learning. Secondly, it examines as a means of trying to do something different when exploring innovative practice, the concept of learning in, through and about movement, in order to teach undergraduates about research methods, research skills and notions of fair testing, and repeatability in a practical environment outside the traditional classroom. The idea explored is that through movement, students would creatively find solutions to the open-ended problems that were set, and then reflect on their own and others learning.
Key Words: Movement, Learner Voice, Research Methods, Research Skills
|Number of pages||10|
|Specialist publication||LINK - University of Hertfordshire|
|Publication status||Published - 23 May 2019|